Wednesday, January 25, 2006

The Subjective Nature of Free Will.

The complexity of the economy is beyond human comprehension. How could it be otherwise since the simplest deliberate actor in the economy is a human being, an extremely complex entity. Human beings are divine creatures, both in nature and in potential. How can the mystery of the human characteristic of 'free will' be fathomed? The mystery of the exercising of free will by one individual is wholly independent of that same human right that another exercises.

The only way to truly honor these 'human rights' and to begin to comprehend them is by recognizing their subjective nature. The subjective nature of humans is the starting point in the divine economy model. In the model this subjective nature is identified as foundational and is labeled as "human spirit" from which purposeful action emanates.

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